Shirley hails from more than 20 years of practice and know-how in soft-skills training and executive coaching for a wide range of adult profiles. Shirley adopts a collaborative and emotionally attuned approach to engage the whole person in moving out of a reactive state into desired possibilities.
A firm believer in neuroplasticity of the brain – Shirley integrates multi-disciplinary methodologies such as Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy and Inter-Personal Therapy. She continuously upgrades her skills in Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing (EMDR) for Grief-work, Attachment and Addiction issues, Critical-Incidents, Complex Trauma, Resource-Tapping, Self-Care, Dream-Completion, Virtual Group Traumatic Episodes and many more areas.
Inspired by the strong archetypes of the iconic movie ‘Wizard of Oz’, Shirley revels in helping people find their ‘Inner Wizard’ – a sweet spot where they are naturally creative, resourceful, and whole.
Shirley has been working with clients who are thrown off their game in some areas of life to get back their groove. They range from senior managers on leadership concerns to individuals with performance / public-speaking anxieties, workplace / unprocessed trauma, depression, phobias, grief & loss, relational and self-esteem issues.
An avid advocate on psychoeducation, Shirley has been providing workshops for multi-national corporations on topics like ‘Mindfulness & Emotional Intelligence’, ‘Mental Wellness’, and ‘Burn-out Prevention’.
Here are what Shirley’s clients have shared:
“It was Shirley’s compassionate perception that guided me to a deeper awareness of what’s important to me, helped me free myself of decades-old limiting beliefs so that I can express myself more fully, and has opened up wonderful possibilities in my life which have since become realities.”
“Her reassuring and calm posture allowed me to work on my emotions, options and self-validation.”
““… her powerful and evocative yet simple sessions helped me work through my negative voices.”
“Shirley’s empathetic patience makes me feel safe to share and to go deeper into the trauma and obtain relief.”